What are THE VERY BEST games to own? And it does not matter what console/system/phone based games you own. My question is...
"What are the very best games to have in your collection?""
I'm not a candidate because my eyes never stop changing. So if I had it, in a year or two I'd just need glasses again.
When the figure out a way to "stabilize" the eye itself, or whatever's affecting things, then great. But until then, glasses/contacts for me.
I do the same, except I use Google Drive as my "sharepoint" for the file. After looking at a bunch of the "costs money" ones, Keepass just made the most sense.
I agree. Fullscreen the VM, and they'll probably never even know that they weren't using your "actual" PC.
I echo somebody else's comment above that comparing this to a school board is disingenuous. A court order is far different than a school board going fishing.
For this case, a court order for information from a person's web account should have a way to subpoena the information necessary without requiring disclosure of passwords. That's reasonable, just like how with a court order a suspect must provide the keys and/or open up a safe on their property if such is specified in a search warrant. It's similar. The problem comes that with some models of computer security, that information is not available without a privacy violation (giving up a password). It's quite a conundrum.
That being said, in this case (and many others) I'm shocked that Facebook (& friends) don't have some type of "legal request mechanism" that would work as a "backdoor" for this type of thing. They can reset passwords and such, so it's hard to believe they don't have a mechanism to handle requests from legal systems for a history of posts, images, etc. The law should always require a warrant to access it if it's not publicly posted, but other than that, I'm surprised it isn't already there.
Click on a link from your email appearing to be from your bank/microsoft/your friend you trust, and then download the
Not the same thing IMO. A great amount of malware requires that the user does something. So "download our
Computers are not intelligent. They only think they are.